Booze

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Booze

sold cheap whiskey in a log-cabin bottle. [Am. Hist.: Espy, 152–153]
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Heavy boozing can also allow more fat to circulate in your body, clogging up arteries.
Sir Liam said poorer areas have more deaths, hospital admissions, crime, absence from work, school exclusions, teenage pregnancy and road accidents because of boozing.
But as he began to get drunk he would switch to B-52s - a devastating mix of spirits which hardened drinkers must down in one gulp to prove their boozing prowess.
The shocking statistics make for depressing reading and can only go further to prove a link between boozing and bad behaviour.
And a growing number of teenagers in Scotland are turning to Alcoholics Anonymous for help with their boozing problems.
Sharon Baker claimed that a "social drink" could lead them into heavier boozing.
BOOZING in public could soon be banned as part of a crackdown on late-night violence, a top cop claimed yesterday.
Yesterday campaigners echoed the demands of the Mirror's Can It drive as they urged tough action to stop kids boozing.